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Old 08-29-2007, 08:54 AM   #1
SlickWillie
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Added coax connections

I finally got around to running a couple more coaxial cables to the entertainment center. I never did order the cable/cable hatch, so I used a double ground block mounted near the frame (think that was easier than fishing the wall anyway). I have a set of those fiberfish wire pulling rods, and used them to snake the wire through the belly to just past the wheel well. I pulled the outside shower unit out, drilled through the floor, and fished the wire through. Keystone left a nice crack in the outer corner of the lower part of the entertainment unit, so I just ran the coax through it (and to think I said they were no help at all). We're leaving in about a month for Aransas Pass, and we may need cable for internet. I have two satellite boxes, so I can have my cake and eat it too.

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